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Sergeant Preston of the Yukon - Relief Train

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After looting a trading post and murdering the owner, two savage profiteers use the stolen food to extort gold from the starving inhabitants of a successful mining camp that was stranded from its supply chain.


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Keywords: Sergeant Preston of the Yukon; Classic TV; Yukon King


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Reviewer: richgoup - 3.00 out of 5 stars3.00 out of 5 stars3.00 out of 5 stars - February 10, 2013
Subject: Relief Train (Sergeant Preston of The Yukon).
Season 1, episode 22.
Original air date: 23 February 1956.
After looting a trading post and murdering the owner, two savage profiteers use the stolen food to extort gold from the starving inhabitants of a successful mining camp that was stranded from its supply chain.
Cast: Richard Simmons (Sgt. Preston), Yukon King (The Dog), Coleman Francis (Powers), George Eldredge (Brady), John Damler (Brand), John Marshall (Waco), Virginia Wave (Mrs. Lacey), Jack Kenny (Miner: uncredited) and Vic Perrin (Narrator: uncredited).
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